Three large cargo ships remained in Bellingham Bay on Wednesday, Feb. 18, as the West Coast ports labor dispute continued.
The largest ship that had been anchoring in the bay, the 1,115-foot Hyundai Courage, lifted anchor Wednesday morning and headed to Tacoma to drop off its cargo.
It’s unclear how long the other cargo ships will remain in the bay. The ports are operating again after being mostly shut down over the long holiday weekend, but ships remain backed up as they wait to pick up or drop off cargo in Seattle or Tacoma.
These ships remained in Bellingham Bay on Wednesday, according to marinetraffic.com: